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Bass, A. (2019). Inhabiting Mutuality—The Mutuality of Vulnerable States in Psychotherapy: A Discussion of “Did You Say He Has a Hitler Mustache?: Analytic Vulnerability and Destabilization in the Face of Trauma”. Psychoanal. Dial., 29(1):20-27.

(2019). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 29(1):20-27

Inhabiting Mutuality—The Mutuality of Vulnerable States in Psychotherapy: A Discussion of “Did You Say He Has a Hitler Mustache?: Analytic Vulnerability and Destabilization in the Face of Trauma”

Anthony Bass, Ph.D.

This discussion of Sandy Silverman’s clinical vignette explores the realm of mutual vulnerability in working in realms of trauma and dissociation, where internal bad objects threaten the physical and emotional stability of patient and therapist alike. I consider some ways in which therapist and patient alike can be helpful to one another when unbidden thoughts parachute in to the field of therapy, even as they resist being “seen” for what they are.

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